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727 Cakerie (Highland Centre Yio Chu Kang)

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717 Trading started out from a small stall in a market in Ponggol in 1973, selling only a few baskets of durians and some other fruits a day. Since then, 717 Trading began to diversify its business and have retail outlets islandwide to provide cakes and pastries to customers.

Mon - Sun: 09:00 - 23:00

+65 64872777
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The Best Durian Crepe

Over the years, I've tried so many durian crepes from different establishments ranging from Goodwood Park to Puteri Mas but I've to say I've never looked back since discovering those from 727 Cakerie.

What sets this apart from the rest is that they don't add too much cream into the durian filling so when you bite into the crepe, it seems like you're sinking your teeth into the real fruit. Perfect for those times when you don't have time to enjoy the real thing!

The shop is nothing to look at but I usually just pop in to takeaway some for the family. Apart from the one time when I bit into a sour one, I have no other complaints about their stuff.

Oh, and do try their durian puffs too!

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• 26 Jan 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

dirty and unhygenic

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lace is very dirty, no place to be seated, the only seats available obstrucuts the public walking and those seated gets stared at. Dont like the feeling
plus their price is too high, dont waste your time and money on this place. lots of better durina places nearby it
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• 30 Dec 2010 • 78 reviews • 0 follower

D24 a must try

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Durian king 717.. I loves them.. Never fail to satisfy my craving.. Their D24 is always so Huge!

**Unlike geylang, they are honest durian seller :)
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• 06 Apr 2009 • 47 reviews • 3 followers

The Best Durian Crepe

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Over the years, I've tried so many durian crepes from different establishments ranging from Goodwood Park to Puteri Mas but I've to say I've never looked back since discovering those from 727 Cakerie.

What sets this apart from the rest is that they don't add too much cream into the durian filling so when you bite into the crepe, it seems like you're sinking your teeth into the real fruit. Perfect for those times when you don't have time to enjoy the real thing!

The shop is nothing to look at but I usually just pop in to takeaway some for the family. Apart from the one time when I bit into a sour one, I have no other complaints about their stuff.

Oh, and do try their durian puffs too!
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